Councillor Intaj Khan cleared from alleged Investigation

Councillor Intaj Khan cleared from alleged Investigation

One of the most richest Councillors of Victoria State as reported by Fairfax Media is no longer a target.

After an intense and thorough investigation Cr. Khan’s name is finally cleared from alleged investigation by the Local Government Inspectorate.

Cr. Khan was accused of numerous and utterly false misleading allegations by Fairfax Media.  Justice has been served by the Local Government Inspectorate.

IMG_5560Last month after the Local Government Inspectorate decision the news broke making headlines across the shores.

Cr. Khan is in the clear. Throughout the process Cr. Khan was extremely cooperative.  The investigation took place early this year and was drawn out until almost Christmas.  It was a historical election for Victoria State, 95 candidates in total nominating themselves for the prestigious opportunity to represent the great city of Wyndham; a thriving city of more than 200,000 residents.  No wonder so many residents nominated themselves to represent the community for eleven council positions to become a councillor in the 2016 Wyndham city council election.

Cr. Khan was one of the most the most popular candidates due to his commitment, demonstration and dedication to the community to the local and wider community over numerous years.

Cr. Khan was elected in 2012, holding the Portfolio of Economic Development until 2016.  Currently he holds the Portfolio of Urban Future; holding the responsibility of the growth, further planning and prospective future development and plans of Wyndham.

Cr. Khan attracted the media spotlight once he made the announcement of his grand build of the mansion in the heart of Tarneit, including sixteen bedrooms, a tennis court and a helipad to beat the congestion on the West Gate bridge to the CBD on a 10 acre block.

Cr. Khan said, “I am glad this saga is finally is over, so I can get on with my job”. Let us see what the future holds.

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